06-18-2020 09:38 AM
06-18-2020 09:38 AM
09-21-2020 11:27 PM
I know KeepIT supports it (https://help.keepit.com/support/solutions/articles/6000234636-how-do-i-back-up-teams-private-channel...) but you (actually the private channel owner) must add the account used for backup as a member of the private channel. This is due to the fact the backup system cannot automatically add that account as it would on regular SharePoint sites.
I think the same method applies to most cloud-to-cloud backup solutions. We use Barracuda and I am just now trying this out.
This of course puts quite a bit of responsibility on the private channel owner so clear communication about this will be key to avoid discussions later on if for some reason a private channel got deleted accidentally and the backup account was not added.
I will post the result of manually adding the backup account as a member of the private channel on our Barracuda solution tomorrow.
10-14-2020 11:15 PM
@Phu Ngo , apologies for the delayed result feedback.
It didn't work applying the same technique for Barracuda C2C backup but I reached out to them and backup of private channels is on the roadmap but currently with no fixed ETA.
I haven't tested or checked on any other backup vendors.
10-15-2020 07:09 AMSolution
@Steve Hernou Thanks for the reply. I don't know about any other vendors but we ended up with Veaam Backup for Office 365. They do support it and it appears like another Sharepoint site.
11-17-2020 05:42 AM
@Sascha Banz We used Veaam Backup Office 365. Created a Azure VM from their template, modified it a bit and backup to our cloud Azure storage account. You do have the option to store it locally as well. You pay for the Veaam license (per user) but still need to figure out how much storage you need based on backup size, retention, etc. that will determine your overall pricing. Alternatively you can see if your MSP can provide the service.